South Sudan

The State of Things
1:00 pm
Mon December 30, 2013

South Sudanese Duke Student Writes Of Home

Nyuol Tong, Duke student and writer, from South Sudan
Credit http://www.selfsudan.org/ / Self Sudan

  

When Nyuol Tong was six years old, his family was caught in the crossfire of the Sudanese Civil War. After living in Sudanese refugee camps, and Egypt, Tong made his way to the United States. 

When Nyuol reflects on his life in Sudan and Egypt, he talks about the constant shifting he had to do in order to survive. 

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The State of Things
11:38 am
Mon December 9, 2013

South Sudanese Duke Student Writes Of Home

South Sudanese Writer and Duke Student, Nyuol Tong
Credit selfsudan.org / Self Sudan

When Nyuol Tong was six years old, his family was caught in the crossfire of the Sudanese Civil War. After living in Sudanese refugee camps, and Egypt, Tong made his way to the United States. 

When Nyuol reflects on his life in Sudan and Egypt, he talks about the constant shifting he had to do in order to survive. 

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Science & Technology
6:29 am
Fri March 1, 2013

Duke Grows Food Security in South Sudan

South Sudanese Ambassador Akec Khoc speaks at Duke Divinity School on 'Food Security in Africa: The Case for South Sudan.'
Credit Duke University

Duke University has forged a relationship with South Sudan that it hopes will fill the stomach and the soul. 

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